CobbFendley provided design services required for the preparation of PS&E and related documents for the widening of FM 1516 from two lanes to four lanes of FM 1516 from SH 78 to FM 1976 (0.76 miles).
CobbFendley was responsible for providing Utility Coordination and Subsurface Utility Engineering (SUE) services for all non-City owned utilities (dry utilities) for the City of Cedar Park.
CobbFendley worked alongside NMDOT to alleviate traffic congestion in Rio Rancho on a portion of US 550 through Bernalillo, New Mexico.
CobbFendley provided utility engineering and PS&E development to improve US 83 in Starr County from a 2-lane to a 4-lane divided highway.
CobbFendley works with the City of New Mexico to improve Bernalillo’s Downtown Rail Runner Station.
The El Paso Water Utilities – Public Service Board (EPWater) selected CobbFendley to provide services required for the acquisition of right-of-way (easements) for an 81-mile pipeline in El Paso.
CobbFendley is currently designing 10,500 linear feet of four-lane divided (ultimately six-lane divided) major arterial roadway from East 1st Street to Frontier Parkway.
This CobbFendley project in Harris County involved widening the Bayou bottom width has been “in the books” for many years pending funding until 2017 when Congress signed a Bi-Partisan Bill in response to Disaster Recovery Relief for Hurricane Harvey.
CobbFendley worked with the city of Lubbock to develop a corridor that meets future transportation needs.
Grand Parkway, or State Highway 99, is a $1.04 billion public-private partnership to design-build-maintain-operate 37 miles of roadway north of Houston. As the Right-of-Way consultant, CobbFendley was responsible for the acquisition of 280 parcels and easements.